The Bruckner University Seen in a Different Light
- 2016-08-23 19:02:21
The Bruckner University in Linz in Austria was completed in autumn 2015. The façade and layout of the new lecture halls for students of music, dance and drama are reminiscent of musical instruments.
|The exterior of Bruckner University in Linz after the lighting upgrade.|
The center is approximately 4200 m² and the four-storey building is an open foyer, flooded with light. From there students reach four event halls. The library and around 100 classrooms are located on the upper floors.
|The Bruckner University in Linz hallways during the day.|
The corridors and rooms are curved and crooked throughout the entire building. From the outset, the architects at "Architekturbüro 1" wanted matching large round luminaires. The opal wide-area luminaire ONDARIA has been installed, supplemented by PANOS infinity, PERLUCE and TECTON, depending on the requirements of the areas concerned.
|Music halls beaming under the new LED lights.|
Architect: Architek turbüro 1 ZT Gm bH, Linz Electrical
Consultant: FEP Fuchs Elek troplanung Gm bH, Taufkirchen/Pram
|The university music hall's new lighting seen from afar.|